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Shyam Desigan
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  • Laurel, MD
  • United States
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Accomplished Financial and Information Technology Leader with 13+ years of demonstrated achievements in delivering superior financial, operational improvements for multimillion-dollar companies. A turnaround specialist and Driven professional known for delivering exceptional project development and business development while successfully launching new products, services and facilities. Talented healthcare technology expert with a proven ability to develop long-lasting and profitable business relationships aimed at generating fresh revenue, reducing costs and producing dramatic business growth. M.B.A. in Finance. Additional areas of expertise:

Development Finance Turnaround Management Project Finance New Market Tax Credit Strategic Planning Project Management Healthcare Technology Consulting Outsourcing Services Business Development Corporate Finance Capital Raising Medical Imaging & Teleradiology Revenue Cycle Management Competitive & Trend Analysis Risk & Needs Assessment
My Website or LinkedIn Profile (URL):
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/shyam-desigan/0/16/3b6
Field of Expertise:
Business Analytics, Predictive Modeling
Years of Experience in Analytical Role:
4
Professional Status:
C-Level
Interests:
Networking
Your Company:
American Academy of Physician Assistants
Industry:
Non-profit
How did you find out about AnalyticBridge?
PAW

Shyam Desigan's Blog

Why every Hospital needs a Revenue Cycle Analytic solution

Posted on December 4, 2011 at 3:48pm 0 Comments

Health provider executives and finance teams are struggling to improve the financial health of their organizations and are constantly evaluating strategies to improve cash flow and grow organizational value with the growing Medicaid and looming Medicare cuts. Given today’s healthcare environment, striving for higher margin services is not necessarily the right answer. And cutting expenses can backfire as the quality of services may suffer. One area of focus is internal performance, such as…

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Why Visualization makes or breaks BI

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 9:50pm 1 Comment

There’s a lot of buzz around BI semantics and until recently quite a few analysts have been caught into the world of data definitions and Cubes. For obvious reasons: the current state of BI is hard to use and has required companies to scale up on report writers and other personnel with technical-to-business “translation” skills. This swath of infrastructure is responsible for getting still-pretty-raw data from enterprise systems into the hands (and more preferably the brains) of managers and…

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Predictive analytics- A Case for Nonprofits and Government contracting agencies

Posted on October 3, 2011 at 8:44pm 1 Comment

Non-profits and Government Contractors can gain significant long-term benefits by applying predictive analytics to their operational and historical data. Unlike traditional BI, which are more backward-looking in nature, predictive analytics approaches are focused on helping companies glean actionable intelligence based on historical data.If applied correctly, predictive analytics can enable organizations to identify and respond to new opportunities more quickly. Predictive analytics practices… Continue

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